Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony For New Tuition-Free, Public Charter School Focused On Classical Education In Cypress

Aristoi Classical Academy celebrated the opening of its Cypress campus during a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday, November 4th at 12332 Perry Road in Houston, Texas. Parents, students, teachers, and members of the community joined superintendent and headmaster, Brenda Davidson as she shared the vision of the school.

Students from Mrs. Ruth Ann Kormash’s first grade class, Ms. Britteny Owen’s third grade class, and Ms. Tracy Baldwin’s fourth grade class gave presentations and recited poetry during the outdoor ceremony. Aristoi’s mascot, the Griffin, and the Cy-Fair Houston Chamber of Commerce were also present. 

First founded in Katy, Texas in 1996, Aristoi has grown to almost 1,100 students and more than 120 staff members. The Cypress-area location is its third campus which opened in August with grades K-4 and 80 students.  The school will grow to a complete K-12 school in the years to come. 

The faculty and staff at Aristoi Classical Academy believe that a great education is not about gaining knowledge or passing tests. It is about merging wisdom and virtue to support the forming of a child’s character. Enrollment continues with openings in all grades. Students from Cypress-Fairbanks ISD, Klein ISD, Tomball ISD, Houston ISD, and many additional districts are eligible to attend Aristoi Classical Academy in Cypress. Learn more at www.aristoiclassical.org/cypress/ or call 281-763-4101 for more information.